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My library of European panos is growing, but since I have done most of my travel there in winter, the weather is not always best and the sun is limited.
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|marienplatz.jpg (4459 x 1100 - 647K) or Flash Zoom!||Full size is 11416 x 2816 (32 Megapix). (5' 3" x 16" [$74] at 181PPI) (See Full-Rez Slice)|
A 360 degree shot of Munich/München's downtown square, known as Marienplatz including the Rathaus, Frauenkirche and much more. Shot at twilight from the Peterskirche bell tower. I also have available a version of this that is just the center, but has no paralax distortions and so is nicer for printouts.
|palace-lower.jpg (4517 x 1100 - 639K) or Flash Zoom!||Full size is 13709 x 3338 (46 Megapix). (5' 9" x 17" [$87] at 200PPI) (See 65%-Rez Slice)|
Beneath the Residenz palace in Munich.
|delos-hillside.jpg (7414 x 1100 - 1928K) or Flash Zoom!||Full size is 8803 x 1306 (11 Megapix). (4' 1" x 7" [$27] at 180PPI) (See Full-Rez Slice)|
This is the view from a hillside on the Greek island of Delos. Delos contains the ruins of a Roman city. You need to zoom in to see the details on this one, they stretch for quite a distance. You can also see our cruise ship, the Marco Polo out at see. We had to take tenders to the island.
This roll was developed in Turkey at a minilab that wasn't too great. I had baked my film bag and wanted to be sure the films were still OK. Shot with a 50mm lens, there's still some annoying light-fall-off problems. I liked the contrast of the brown countryside and super-blue Aegean Sea.
Only a panorama captures the full scope of the amazing ancient amphitheatre at Epidarius. The acoustics in this excavated theatre are superb. From where I'm standing in this hand-held pano, you can still hear somebody speaking quietly at the sweet spot in center stage. 24mm lens, 180 degree view.
Other pictures from this trip can be found in my Black Sea Eclipse Cruise photo-essay.
The lesser European Panos